Top 10 Individual Goals of the Decade (San Jose Sharks-Style)

December 23rd, 2009 by Andy Bensch Leave a reply »
While the San Jose Sharks have yet to achieve the ever elusive Stanley Cup, they have had their fare share of individual play-makers. Including the 1999-00 playoffs, the Sharks have reached the post-season in eight of the nine playoffs since the Y2K drama back in the day. Now in order for the Sharks to have sustained that quality play over the decade, it is an absolute given that team teal had numerous goals scored on great individual plays. From 2000-present, San Jose has held claim to such star players like Jeff Friesen, Owen Nolan, Mike Ricci, Teemu Selanne, Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton, Milan Michalek, Jonathan Cheechoo, Brian Campbell, Dan Boyle and Vinny Damphousse. With such a plethora of stars on this list, there is a long list of individual scoring plays to choose from, but there are a select few that were simply phenomenal. Sweet short-handed breakaway tallies, top corner shots after undressing defenders and even a goalie scoring on a power-play are all on this list. And without further ado (even though most of you have probably skipped to the videos already) here are the top 10 individual regular season goals scored by the Sharks since 2000. Begin Slideshow
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